Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Power of Goodbye - Top of the Pops


I have never seen this before. Love it. It's when she got the hair right.

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11 comments:

  1. I think the hair is similar to how it was for many appearances. What makes it look right here is the makeup finally being right. The pink on the lips, rather than the red. And the softer brows.

    She looks softer here, as opposed to the hard red lips, pin straight black hair she wore at the time.

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  2. She looks great here! I saw this many years ago, but never tire of her look. She looked amazing on the red carpet for some event when she had her hair like this as well, same time period. Fire & Ice ball, I think?

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  3. thank god this is lip-synched 'cause i seem to remember her being very off-key in the live performances.

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  4. I love M as a brunette! Great performance!

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  5. Well she was totally ON key and sounded great when she sang it on the VH1 Fasion Awards. The only part that was cringeworthy was, 'do you wanna go highERRRRRR'.

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  6. Tony- Her hair at the fashion awards was also cringeworthy

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  8. This is a fine performance and she looks great. To be honest though, I can't think about the Power of Goodbye without thinking about the DREADFUL DREADFUL performance at the MTV Europe Awards that year. It's the only Madonna performance where I honestly have to turn off. She completely destroyed it. Hard to believe this was after Evita and after Sooner or Later at the Oscars (which is the ultimate performance in my opinion).

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  9. Here she tries desperately to show us she can really sing, but her voice continues to be as squeeky, limited and little as always, in spite of all those unsuccessful singing lessons. Poor thing.

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  10. Are we talking about Gaga or Madonna?

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  11. Well, I really dislike Gaga phsically and musically. BUT... you all have to admit that she has real singing skills, although her singing lacks emotion; whereas Maddie has a lousy voice but I admit she can be emotional in some of her efforts.

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